Season 4 of THE GUILD available today from NEW VIDEO

Now on the iTunes store with exclusive “Free on iTunes” extra not available anywhere else!

Hot off the cliffhanger to Season 3, Codex (Felicia Day) scrambles to justify her impetuous encounter with Rival Guild Leader, Fawkes (Wil Wheaton), to herself and her Guild. It’s Guildie vs. Guildie when Vork announces a fundraising competition for design rights to the new Guild Hall. Meanwhile, Zaboo and Vork deal with a real-world house guest, Tink and Clara pair up to make some quick cash, and Codex’s computer problems force her to work at a real job (OMG) with Bladezz (OMFG!).

With more than 65 million views web-wide, THE GUILD’s popularity continues to grow (Ms. Day boasts more than 1.7 million followers on Twitter). The original comedic web series has won numerous awards, including the SXSW, YouTube and Yahoo Web Series Awards in 2008, and 3 Streamy Awards in 2009: Best Comedy Web Series, Best Ensemble, and Best Actress for Ms. Day. Most recently, THE GUILD expanded into a graphic novel series from Dark Horse Comics, and a new trade paperback (all three issues in one bound edition, with added features) was recently released in November 2010.

Now available on iTunes: http://www.iTunes.com/Movies/TheGuild

The iTunes release features a “Free on iTunes” extra not available anywhere else: a “making of” exposé on Season Four’s tour-de-force “Team Cawkes” painting. From Felicia Day and Wil Wheaton modeling, to artist Greg Aronowitz designing, to the mouth-dropping unveiling, this is one epic work of meta-internet-art-behind-the-scenes video!

After successfully releasing the previous 3 seasons, New Video will be releasing all 12 episodes of Season 4 on DVD February 22nd.

For more info or to preorder: http://www.newvideo.com/flatiron-film-company/the-guild-season-4/

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